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Likely a torn labrum for Gamble

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And D.Will better be a part of the convo

not with that contract he won't.

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a torn labrum can be very serious and can take a long time to heal, depending on the degree of the tear. there's no telling how bad ed reed's tear is as compared to gamble's. i would like to see any of you function with a torn labrum before you ever call someone soft.

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I don't see how Gamble isn't IR'd if it is a torn labrum. Recent history has shown the Panthers don't risk it with that type of injury (Matt Moore 2010, Mike Pollack 2012)

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If Gamble doesn't play with it, it will just further illustrate the mindset of this team and organization. And as some have said, that is in direct relation to our mediocre performance year in and year out.

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Gamble is the most important, and best player on our D.

This is going to be tough.

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You are a dummy if you think Gamble doesn't want to be out there. Calling our best player on defense overpaid or weak is just stupid. If Chris Gamble played in a bigger market, he would be a perenneal pro bowler.

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Just because you play in the NFL does not mean you are tough.

You can also be tough if you don't play in the NFL, people put these guys on too high a pedestal.

Otah was a prime example.

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Beason played half of the '08 season with a torn labrum

Depends on the severity of the tear.

Not sure how Gamble's compares to the one Beason had.

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